Paperlit can process 3 different formats
- single PDF file composed by single pages, without spreads.
- saved in RGB colours at 132/150 dpi
- without print marks
- the PDF's pages should have the same size
- without any password (Paperlit will make some optimizations to your file)
b) .folio files from Adobe DPS Classic.
In order to export the .folio file you should:
1- log in https://digitalpublishing.acrobat.com/ with your Adobe ID
2- access the folio producer panel
3- select the issue and click export
4- upload the exported file to Paperlit dashboard
More info here: http://www.adobepress.com/articles/article.asp?p=1950058&seqNum=6
c) HPUB files exported from In5
Please note that the HPUB file format is a zip file that contains:
- a list of web pages (the issue's pages)
- a book.json file, that manages the page order and other info
- all the assets needed by the issue to show the page contents
The Paperlit HPUB reader uses some issue assets in other sections of the app, e.g. the thumbnails area, where the user can jump to any page of the issue.
By convention, these thumbnails should be located inside the assets/images/ folder, and each thumbnail should contain the page name using the format pagethumb_%@.jpg, e.g. for cover.html, the correspondent thumbnail should be pagethumb_cover.jpg.
If the HPUB file doesn't contain a thumbnail for a specific page, our processing mechanism generates automatically a thumbnail based on page contents. This ensures that every page has a thumbnail, but the result may be different from what expected.
We strongly suggest to add the thumbnail images inside the HPUB issue before uploading, in order to be sure that the issue is processed without problems and to have a better app experience.
Please verify which formats your plan includes.
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